Our Summer Camp Made “Best of Houston” on AOL

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May 26, 2011 by WITS Houston


This week AOL named the six best summer camps in Houston, and ours made the list! Here’s the write-up:

Once upon a time there was a summer camp that inspired a passionate love affair with writing. And every
camper lived happily ever after.  For ages 4-18.

Check out the Summer Creative Writing Workshops sponsored by WITS and Rice University.

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One thought on “Our Summer Camp Made “Best of Houston” on AOL

  1. Jess says:

    Gday, I am new to blogging and websites in general and was
    wondering how you got the “www” included in your domain name?
    I see your web address, “http://witsblog.org/2011/05/26/our-summer-camp-made-best-of-houston-on-aol/” has the www
    and my web address looks like, “http://mydomain.com”.
    Do you know just how I can alter this? I’m using WordPress platform. Thanks for your time

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